sponsored by IBM
Posted:  13 Dec 2013
Published:  17 Apr 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Many organizations have difficulty keeping all their intellectual property under control -- they've got too much data coming in and legal teams often find litigation requests are only becoming harder to manage. Employing records management isn't enough, true information governance enables you to:

  • Protect intellectual property
  • Exploit it effectively
  • Improve IT performance
  • Cut costs

In this Gartner analysis, find out how Cisco transitioned from an underperforming records management system to an information governance strategy. Discover the benefits they experienced from this switch, and best practices to help you make your own move to information governance.






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